The Generational Divide: How to Build a Forward-Looking Culture Through Generational Diversity
Chris Dyer is passionate about helping leaders reach their full potential. As an expert at driving workplace performance through company culture, Chris has been featured by leading media outlets such as the BBC, NBC, and Forbes. He is also a frequent speaker at conferences all over the globe and was recently named to Inc.’s list of 10 Leadership Speakers That Can Help Transform Your Company Culture.
Chris is the author of the best-selling book, The Power of Company Culture, which was released in 2018. He is also the Founder and CEO of PeopleG2, a background check provider that has appeared on the Inc. 5000 list of the Fastest Growing Companies four times.
A passionate talent management enthusiast, Chris is the host of TalentTalk, a business podcast with over 3.65 million downloads that features interviews with top executives about their strategies for hiring and promoting talent.
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Today’s employee pool consists of individuals across five generations. The most successful organizations recognize the value each of these generations brings to the table and works to recruit individuals in different age ranges. But what happens when the generations are at odds with each other in your organization? How can you turn these generational challenges into collaboration success?
In this dynamic keynote, Chris Dyer will explore best practices for engaging employees across the generations. From ongoing recruitment and hiring practices to leveling the playing field when it comes to opportunities, to maintaining a workforce with strengths from various age groups, Chris Dyer brings research and personal experience to showcase what works. Learn how to build a culture that truly values and celebrates the worth of each generation. In the future, you will be grateful.
- Understanding the value of having a diverse employee base with representation across generations
- Identifying potential challenges employees may face when working with individuals from different generations
- Using generational differences to build a forward-looking culture
Course Level - Intermediate
- Workplace of the Future
Who Should Attend
C-Suite; HR Directors & Managers; Learning and Development leaders
Why Should You Attend
Today’s workforce is incredibly diverse, especially when it comes to the number of generations currently holding jobs across industries. With the wide age ranges now working on many teams, companies are often challenged with how to ensure effective communication and collaboration, despite differences in perspective, mindset, and motivation present in various age groups.
Employee engagement is not a one size fits all approach, yet many organizations try to function as if it is. Members of the different generational cohorts are very diverse. Failing to recognize and develop plans for engaging various age groups – while also determining best practices for collaboration across cohorts – will lead many organizations to fail. There are commonalities as to what engages and motivates people in different age groups. Without recognizing the differences, companies fail to truly optimize their entire workforce.
In order to build a successful multi-generational workforce that is collaborative, and at the bare minimum gets along, it’s important to understand these drivers and the value each generation brings to the table. In this dynamic keynote, Chris Dyer will explore best practices for engaging employees across the generations. From ongoing recruitment and hiring practices to leveling the playing field when it comes to opportunities, to maintaining a workforce with strengths from various age groups, Chris Dyer brings research and personal experience to showcase what works.
Chris Dyer’s research and experience have identified specific suggestions and best practices the most effectively drive collaboration and relationships across the generations.